- of or relating to females of Latin-American descent: My mother is Latina.She will be the company’s first Latina CEO.
- a woman of Latin-American descent.
Origin of Latina
< American Spanish, feminine of latino Latino
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November 22, 2014
These numbers are more surprising considering that Buono chose a Latina as her running mate, labor leader Milly Silva.How Chris Christie is Winning Over Hispanics
November 3, 2013
Yes, she is a Latina, but her racial identity has been appropriated by corporate power to push a “safe” image of Hispanic culture.Ban All the Racist Toys!
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Nina Strochlic on how a plane crash ended the life of a star who planned to become the Latina Oprah.
The Latina star was making bold moves in the world of TV and film.
Dictionariolum puerorum, tribus linguis, Latina, Anglica et Gallica conscriptum.
I could see him in our mirror as his gaze examined our pit—a dapper, jaunty fellow with the up-tilted mustache affected in Latina.Tarrano the Conqueror
Raymond King Cummings
A prceptoribus prcipue in Latina lingua ineptissimis institutus.History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, Volume III
J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Heinsius wrote of the line, 'haec nec Latina sunt, nec satis intelligo quid sibi uelint'.
Et ethrusca quidem lingua vix toti Itali nota est, at latina oratio longe ac late per universum orbem est diffusa.'Renaissance in Italy, Volume 2 (of 7)
John Addington Symonds
- a city in W central Italy, in Lazio: built as a planned town in 1932 on reclaimed land of the Pontine Marshes. Pop: 107 898 (2001)Former name (until 1947): Littoria